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K12
Founded in 1999 by William J. Bennett, along with other leaders, K12 offers a traditional program of learning using online technology and traditional content. Many states are offering the K12 program through Virtual Acadamies, with programs that are free of charge to participating families.
Alabama Judicial Department Museum
Montgomery, Alabama
Located in downtown Montgomery, the Museum includes several areas featuring unique architecture, historical displays, and art galleries. Also offers guided tours of the Alabama Judicial Building, in which you will learn the difference between the trial courts and the appellate courts, and how a case is handled as it moves through the judicial system, ending with the Alabama Supreme Court. You will also learn about the Alabama appellate courts' rich history.
Moundville Archaeological Park
Eight hundred years ago, Moundville was the largest city in North America. Visit the site of this ancient city and tour the Jone Archaeological Museum, which houses artifacts and interpretive exhibits providing information on more than 60 years of archaeological excavations and investigations. The theater offers a series of videos on Moundville and the history of Southeastern Indians. There is also a nature trail, Indian Village and Crafts Pavilion, and more. The site and facilties are located in Tuscaloosa.
EDSITEment
EDSITEment is published by the National Endowment for the Humanities. It is a very well designed and easy to use source for online lesson plans and ideas. They have partnered with some of the world's great museums, libraries, cultural institutions, and universities to bring resources covering art and culture, literature, language arts, foreign language, history, and social studies. Their webiste includes links to over 100 of the top humanities sites and online lesson plans which integrate these resources to promote active learning.

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